Kia rolls out an all-new Sportage, a reskin of Hyundai's Tuscon, and it cannot be any more different from the original Sportage that introduced North America to Kia. The biggest difference is the unibody construction, giving the truck a more car-like ride than the first model that was a body-on-frame design. Kia hopes to steal some sales from rivals like the Escape and CRV by offering the Sportage with Kia's lower price and bigger warranty. Don't expect to stand out though; the styling both inside and out camouflages the truck out in the world.
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